#2. WALL·E (2008)


FortyFour Studios

– Director: Andrew Stanton

– Stacker score: 98.9

– Metascore: 95

– IMDb user rating: 8.4

– Runtime: 98 minutes

Pixar’s 2008 film finds the normally optimistic studio in a downright scathing mood. Specifically, it opens on a future Earth where the trash problem became so bad that humans took off. After wending its lonely way through piles of waste on Earth, a lovable robot named WALL·E finds a way onto a manned spaceship. At long last, viewers can see what humans have been up since destroying the planet—watching TV and eating, naturally.